Two Day Training Session
Two Day Training Session
Subject: Two Day Training Session
To: Riordan Manufacturing Staff
We appreciate the staff of Riordan Manufacturing taking the time to learn our new Human Resources system, Quicksilver. This system is much more robust than out last system we had, and therefore we will need to bring our users up to speed on its current functions. Each step of the training session, including the preparation, is spelling out within the Microsoft Project file. This memo will properly explain each step along the way. Preparation
The initial planning of the meeting will take some extra preparation. We will spend a couple of days obtaining all the necessary information on the training staff that will be necessary for the two training days. The list will be provided by our Human Resources department. Also, in preparation for the event, we need to look at which facilities are available for our company to use. Narrow down the possibilities as quickly as possible. Having one location for the accommodations and training room would be ideal. The Beverly Heritage Hotel has helped us before. Reach out to them again and see if they have any openings. Our IT department will begin a list of necessary hardware that will be needed for this training session, during this period of time.
After obtaining the list of all trainers available for the training session, categorize trainers by experience. If you are requiring recommendations, speak to the trainer’s managers for assistance. They have been notified and are standing by to help you, if needed. Appoint the trainers to the individual session as their experience allows. Once this has been categorized, notify the trainers, by email, which sessions they will be assigned to. Also, start preparing the schedules of the trainers, for their day to day activities. Registration
Next, make sure all the registration information has been sent out and received by the trainers. One week is provided, for each of the groups: the trainers and the trainees. Registration must be in within five (5) days. Receive in confirmations of all trainees and trainers into the computer system. Essential Framework
The next part of the plan will be to handle the accommodations and transportations of the guests to and from the training sessions. If we have one location, no transportation will need to be acquired. If a hotel and conference room could not be booked together, transportation vans will need to be procured at this time for transporting our guests to and from the conference center and the hotel. Time needs to be set aside for the IT department to set up their equipment for the training sessions. Ample time will be set aside for them to install the necessary network panels, computer systems, and patch cables associated with the training sessions. Training Days
The training days will begin with individuals signing in with the pre-registration desk. Once all the trainees have signed in, they will take their positions in the conference room. The training sessions have been broken down into four (4) manageable chunks. After small introductions, by the training staff, the training will begin. There will be a fifteen (15) minute break between each session and an hour long lunch break between session two (2) and three (3).
At the conclusion of the second day’s training, there will be a hand-out given with a survey. This survey will be for the participants to fill out and give their impression on the training session.
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References: Marchewka, J. T. (2012). Information technology project management: Providing measurable organizational value (4th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Microsoft (2010). Microsoft Project 2010. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Sterling Hotel Group. (2012). The Beverly Heritage Hotel. Retrieved from http://www.beverlyheritage.com/events.shtml
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